- A 2021 Yaris that's expected to release mid-next year is trending on Twitter for its high price
- The Yaris is reportedly going for R700 000 and Saffa tweeps just can't wrap their heads around that
- Tweeps have shared hilarious memes and GIFs in response to the Yaris' insane price
Images of the 2021 GR Yaris that is expected to release next year are going viral online. South Africans are absolutely shook at the insane cost of the Yaris. According to a Tweet by @Motor_Magnet, the Yaris is R700k.
The tweet by @Motor_Magnet went on to say that local Toyota dealers have already begun accepting deposits on the vehicle. Saffas cannot believe how expensive this Yaris is and the car is now trending on Twitter.
Some tweeps have shared hilarious memes and GIFs as they responded to the crazy price while others are defending the price.
Take a look at @Motor_Magnet's tweet below:
Below are just a few of the hilarious responses from tweeps:
"Doesn't matter how good of a car it is, the fact that it is a Toyota Yaris means that no SAn is spending R700k on it."
"Toyota Yaris' are 700k and Golf GTi's are close to 1 mil, 2020 has been a weird year."
"I'm not paying 700k for a Toyota Yaris."
In other trending news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on DJ Fresh joining the #DuduzaneChallenge. The challenge involves imitating a video of an entrance and walk by Duduzane Zuma and his entourage and online users have jumped right in with videos of themselves copying the actions.
DJ Fresh posted himself doing the challenge and followers took to the comments section to add their take to the media personality's version of the challenge. Fresh's followers loved his version of the #DuduzaneChallenge and many thought his crew nailed the swagger so perfectly that they couldn't even tell who was playing Duduzane:
"Who’s Playing Duduzane?"
"He’s both Duduzane and the bodyguard. Now that’s power!"
"Whatttt things can't get enough gentlemen... we can use any type of fun right now."
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